Getting to work with two of my favorite playwrights is a good way to start April. I'm in both Ben Gassman and Paul Ketchum's pieces. They're very different and very good. Check us out!
Little Theatre, Vol XIV, No. 8 — April, 2014
written and performed by Jon Keith Brunelle
A live demonstration of microscopic nanobots in action, accompanied by a brief talk with projected slides and video, focusing on the cultural impact of what is certain to be widespread ’bot popularity
SAM'S TEA SHACK
conceived and directed by Ben Gassman
text by Sam Soghor & Ben Gassman
performed by Sam Soghor and Keelie A. Sheridan with help from Jon Bernstein (sound)
Somewhere between visiting his uncle in Los Angeles and a short respite from it all in one of Calvino's more inscrutable Invisible Cities, Sam decided to open a tea shack. Thank you all for coming. Would you like some vegetarian chopped liver with that?
Morgan Gould & Friends Presents...
I NEVER THOUGHT OF THAT BEFORE, THANKS FOR THE TIP!
By Morgan Gould
Starring Amir Wachterman
as Morgan Gould
as Amir Wachterman
READINGS FEBRUARY 2014
written by Paul Ketchum
directed by Marty Brown
She calls her male employees "penises." She tries to locate hidden stockpiles of ammunition. He recalls the last guillotining in France. And UPS is in the house. An adaptation of Harpers Magazine.
Monday, April 14, 2014 — 7:30 p.m.
@ the new Dixon Place
161A Chrystie btw. Delancey & Rivington
(F/V 2nd Ave; 6 Bleecker; JMZ Bowery)
Tickets $15.00 @ the door
but just $12.00 online, in advance (https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pe.c/9885658)
1st come, 1st served, no reservations ('less you buy yr. tix online)
For more information, call (212) 219-0736, or browsewww.dixonplace.org